I posted my latest bloods recently and got some helpful info about the high ferritin. I reduced my NDT from 3 to 2 3/4 grains, as the T3 is over range. I didn't notice any major hyper symptoms, but am getting palps- which has always been a problem anyway being hypo. This reduced dose will presumably lower the T4 as well, but I am not sure it will affect RT3, which is high. I started taking milk thistle seed today. I am addressing cortisol issues with adaptogens. Do I 'wait and see' with the reduced NDT dose, or switch to T3 to clear the RT3. I feel much better than I did last year but am still functioning at about 60% of normal, with fatigue being the major issue. I keep deciding to take T3 only, take one tablet (25mg) in the morning and then chicken out and go back to the NDT (1 grain) in the afternoon. I know this is not good and need to pin my colours to the mast.
TSH 0.01 (.27-4.2)
Free T4 21.8 (12-22)
Free T3 7.7 (3.1-6.8)
Reverse T3 33 (10-24)
I had some other tests done which are on my previous post. The TFTs are the important ones at the moment.